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Republic Of Ireland v Wales Preview And Betting Tips – Nations League Round Three

Republic Of Ireland v Wales Preview And Betting Tips – Nations League Round Three

Two wins from two sees Wales come into round three of their Nations League clash away to the Republic of Ireland on Sunday top of League B Group 4. Midweek Wales was on the receiving end of a 3-0 friendly loss to England, while the Irish missed out on next summer’s Euro 20201 when they were beaten by Slovakia on penalties in their play-off. Tipsters Form Labs guide you to where the value might lie with their betting preview and tips for the game.



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Agony for Ireland saw them miss out on Euro 2020 through a penalty shootout after they failed to score in normal time. They dominated large parts of the game and were unlucky not to take the lead, but they’ll now have to regroup for this Nations League fixture against Wales. 

The men in red already have their spot for the Euros next summer, but were humbled 3-0 during the week by an experimental England outfit. 

Ireland And Wales To Draw

Four of the last five meetings between these two since 2013 have seen no more than one strike, and it’s difficult to imagine this encounter bearing many goals. A miserly Ireland have seen fewer than three in an incredible 16 of 18 matches now, as nine saw a maximum of one. 

Meanwhile, six of the past 11 have seen exactly two goals, including four 1-1 draws, and stalemates are a common outcome with 10 from the 18 games in total over this spell.

Prior to their defeat at Wembley, Wales had embarked upon an eight-game unbeaten run and won the last four all by 1-0 or 2-0 scorelines.

Like Ireland, they’ve lacked consistent sources for output with Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey rarely playing at the same time. It will be no different this time around, with the former Real Madrid man sidelined and Aaron Ramsey linking up with the squad late after he was stuck in a bubble at Juventus over coronavirus concerns.

Even when those two are combined Wales have long relied upon a sturdy rearguard and moments of inspiration from their star men, often culminating in low-scoring affairs. 

25 of 32 matches going back four years have featured a maximum of two goals, with 14 of them seeing just one strike or none at all, as Under 2.5 Goals has landed in 11 of the past 14.

0-0 Half-Time Score

That market is understandably on the short side given these two sides are involved, but with few goals likely to be plundered an opportunity presents itself for the half-time draw. Ireland have certainly lacked initiative and have led at that point in just three of 35 matches now.

They’ve gone in all square in 15 of the past 18 fixtures as only one of those saw more than a single first-half strike, with 14 still goalless at that point.

Half-Time Draw At 10/11

0-0 Half-Time Score At 5/4

0.5pts: Ireland And Wales To Draw At 2

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